Amy Fisher's Revenge

A grand jury says it's Joey Buttafuoco's turn to face the music

Until last week, it was tempting to call him Lucky Joey. When 17-year-old Amy Fisher came to his Massapequa, New York, house last year packing a gun, his wife got shot, but Joey Buttafuoco escaped without a nick. When a grand jury investigated Fisher's claims of statutory rape against him, Buttafuoco denied the charges, and once again came away unscathed. Now Buttafuoco's luck may be running out: another grand jury indicted him on reopened statutory rape charges, which carry a possible sentence of 73 years. Brought to court in a sharp suit, sharp tie and handcuffs, he pleaded not guilty. At...

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